Then one fine day, the desire to have a baby to call his own appears, stop taking the contraceptive or any contraceptive method you use and that’s it, we think that the next month the positive will happen. However, this is not always (almost never) how it works … You can think: I really want to get pregnant and it doesn’t happen. Because?
Sometimes we do not realize that there are several factors that can help or hinder the pregnancy to happen. Wanting to get pregnant a lot can take away this practical view of things, that there are some things that can prevent pregnancy from arriving quickly. We who are tentative tend to romanticize the situation and reality is not always like expectation, unfortunately we have the habit of not looking at reality objectively, so I always say that this is a way to sabotage ourselves.
I want to get pregnant and what should I know? First of all, we must keep in mind that the period to get pregnant is approximately 1 year. It feels like forever, I know. However, it is the minimum time that the body has to get pregnant naturally without major interventions or signs that something is wrong. Naturally, this period is valid when the existing medication in the body is disregarded before starting to try. So, if you used injectable contraceptives and you have been trying to get pregnant for a year, technically you have had less time with your reproductive organism working 100%. This is because the contraceptive takes at least 3 months to leave the body.
So we can say that: Women who take contraceptives can take more than 1 year to get pregnant . If you have been trying to get pregnant “without success” for 7 months, you should wait a little longer. However, if this wait has been 18 months, it is better to check with a doctor what is happening because sometimes there is something wrong, such as polycystic ovaries, anovulation, endometriosis, hormonal lack of control or even problems with the partner. So, if you try at one time, don’t do exams alone. Your partner should also check your fertility.
It is essential for a couple who wants to become pregnant to know that fertile days are directly linked to the speed at which the pregnancy will happen. If you are the disconnected type, you will certainly not even know that there is a certain period in the month that you are fertile. Unlike the man who has fertility at full throttle throughout the month, this woman only has a few days during the cycle to get pregnant, the one from the fertile period . In the fertile period , the egg grows, matures and leaves the follicle.
This cycle can take 7 to 15 days. In some women longer, in others less, but the exact period when the woman is ovulating is when she is seeing elastic mucus, with an egg-white or soap-like appearance that is slippery or very elastic . It is during this period that the woman must have sex in order to finally get pregnant. The egg is only available for 24 hours in the tube, after leaving the follicle, it lives for a few hours, so some women have difficulty in getting pregnant. Taking the right time from the egg is a real way to live, so there are tempting ones!
Good advice from tentative to tentative is mucus. If you cannot see the mucus at any point in your cycle, at any time during several cycles, it is time to investigate what is happening. Sometimes the absence of mucus can mean problems, so the best alternative is to have your hormones checked with your doctor. If nothing is wrong, then I recommend using the fertility-friendly gel . This will certainly help and a lot of fertility and pregnancy happen.
I really want to get pregnant, how to calculate the fertile period?
Not all women have the body in the same way, some are regular with their menstrual flows, but others can have immense cycles. Therefore, the difficulty of calculating the fertile period appears many times. It is usually indicated that the woman’s most fertile day is the 14th before the next menstruation . Theoretically the 14th day of the cycle, if we consider a 28-day cycle. However, if the cycle is shorter or longer, the woman’s most fertile day will always change. If you have regular cycles, you can use the fertility calculator . It will help you a lot, it will even give an estimate of the sex of the baby that will have a greater chance of happening at that moment of conception.
If you are the unregulated type, you have to check your fertile period otherwise. You must watch your mucus and also the symptoms. Ovulation when it arrives gives several signs, including pain on one side of the lower abdomen or abdomen. Also prickly, tenderness in the breasts, in addition to clear mucus. Watching is the secret to catching ovulation in irregular cycles. What also helps a lot are the ovulation tests, when you suspect that the fertile period has arrived, start using the LH strips to detect the peak and thus, date on the days closest to ovulation.
It is also recommended that the couple maintain intercourse throughout the fertile period on alternate days. This practice will help to replenish the sperm stock efficiently and then facilitate the pregnancy to happen. Also take a break after intercourse , this will help to make gravity work in your favor, it makes sperm swim more easily towards the tube.
Remember, not all women get pregnant as quickly as others, you have to be patient and exercise enough anxiety to not suffer in advance. Good luck!
My name is Dr. Alexis Hart I am 38 years old, I am the mother of 3 beautiful children! Different ages, different phases 16 years, 12 years and 7 years. In love with motherhood since always, I found it difficult to make my dreams come true, and also some more after I was already a mother.
Since I imagined myself as a mother, in my thoughts everything seemed to be much easier and simpler than it really was, I expected to get pregnant as soon as I wished, but it wasn’t that simple. The first pregnancy was smooth, but my daughter’s birth was very troubled. Joana was born in 2002 with a weight of 2930kg and 45cm, from a very peaceful cesarean delivery but she had already been born with congenital pneumonia due to a broken bag not treated with antibiotics even before delivery.